A recent article, Co-working and the sharing economy for business travel by Mark Dauner says that coworking is not just a typical place for virtual workers but in certain occasions it could be very beneficial to business travelers who need a quiet place to work for a few hours.
There are various types of coworking solutions to choose from, but as a business traveler, a co-working space that allows you to reserve space by the hour or the day is much more conducive.
There are things you need to consider before getting work done in any co-working space. Here are a few of them:
- Look for a coworking office space that is convenient and accessible. Is it close to where the client’s office is? Is it close to the convention center you’re going to? Is it near the bus, train or subway station?
- Make sure the space offers features and amenities you need. Do you need to be on the phone or working with highly confidential information? Then perhaps you don’t want to be in a shared office space that is full of other individuals working. You might prefer an executive office space
- Do you have the connectivity you require? Is the Wi-Fi safe, fast and stable? Are you able to print if you need to?
You should always remember these things wherever you’re working outside of the office, but it’s especially important in a shared space like this.
With coworking, business travelers can stay connected, productive and efficient while away from their head offices. If you’re traveling for business, you should consider YourOffice. We provide an exciting workspace solution suitable for road warriors like you. YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: virtual office space, meeting room access, and coworking office space. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.